Kylian Mbappe’s former international team-mate Adil Rami is convinced he will leave Paris Saint-Germain next summer, with Liverpool among the clubs linked with the French ace.
Mbappe’s current deal expires in 2022 and there are no guarantees he will extend his stay at the Parc des Princes.
PSG are determined to keep hold of their star attacker and Brazilian director Leonardo has made his future a priority.
Reports in France have suggested that Mbappe is open to staying but is yet to be convinced about the direction the Parisian giants are heading in.
L’Equipe claimed he wants to know which players and manager will be at the club and how much money will be thrown into the club in order to win the Champions League.
Talks so far have stalled and PSG may be left being forced to sell him in order to recoup some of the £131.5million they spent to sign the France striker from Monaco.
Liverpool and Real Madrid are thought to be the frontrunners to secure a deal for the 21-year-old and Boavista centre-back Rami, who was part of the French squad along with Mbappe at the 2018 World Cup – a tournament they won, thinks he will definitely be leaving at the end of this season.
‘I think that it is done,’ Rami told RMC Sport.
‘Even more so because talks are failing to advance. You get the sense that it annoys him, talking about that.
‘His future seems totally traced out and it is sad for the Parisians, even for Ligue 1.’